strategy

Strengthening negotiating capacity of governments with transnational corporations

Context:
Economic globalisation has given birth to new forms of accumulation and power. The accumulation takes place on a global scale, at increasing speed, controlled by transnational corporations and investors. While capital has gone global, redistribution policies remain the responsibility of national governments, which are unable, and most of the times unwilling, to act against the interests of transnational capital.
Subjects:
Multinationals
Government
Arbitration
Type Classification:
E: Emanations of other strategies